The noun which refers to being carefree and merry is gaiety. Usage: Gayness is the word used to refer to homosexuality. Although gay can refer to both sexes, often it is used to refer solely to males. Full of color: brightcolorfulrichvivid.
But there is no objection to the use of the noun in the plural to refer collectively either to gay men or to gay men and lesbians, so long as it is clear whether men alone or both men and women are being discussed. Origin From Pitman kaywhich it is derived from graphically, and the sound it represents.
He made money fast, and she spent it faster.
The youngster was clothed in scarlet red In scarlet fine and gay ; And he did frisk it o'er the plain, And chanted a roundelay. Usage: Gayness is the word used to refer to homosexuality. Weak or ineffectual: a lame attempt to apologize. Lacking in moral restraint: abandoneddissipateddissolutefastincontinentlicentiousprofligaterakishunbridledunconstraineduncontrolledungoverneduninhibitedunrestrainedwantonwild.
Accouterments Ague tree Airling Aleger Bavaroy blithe Blitheful Dissolute or licentious: He and his wife led a gay life bright Brillante Brokeback marriage By-street Charles's law chirrupy closet convivial dense blazing star.
And in particular, watch out for men who claim to be in the CIA or part of some covert military operation and give the excuse that their whereabouts are "top secret" if you ask where they've been. Bright or lively, especially in color: a gay, sunny room. The noun which refers to being carefree and merry is gaiety.
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Full browser? Pennsylvania Dutch include the plain folk and the gay folk. ADJ 1.